- [͵trænsfəʹri:] n преим. юр.
лицо, которому передаётся что-л. (право, товар и т. п.); цессионарий
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transferee — trans·fer·ee /ˌtrans ˌfər ē/ n: a person to whom something is transferred or conveyed Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. transferee … Law dictionary
Transferee — Trans fer*ee , n. The person to whom a transfer in made. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
transferee — (n.) 1590s, one who is transferred; 1736 as one to whom a transfer is made; from TRANSFER (Cf. transfer) (v.) + EE (Cf. ee) … Etymology dictionary
transferee — [trans΄fə rē′] n. 1. a person to whom something is transferred 2. a person who is transferred … English World dictionary
transferee — The party who has received the benefits of a letter of credit by action of a transfer. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * transferee trans‧fe‧ree [ˌtrænsfɜːˈriː] noun [countable] formal LAW a person or company to whom money, shares, property… … Financial and business terms
transferee — transfer ► VERB (transferred, transferring) 1) move from one place to another. 2) move to another department, occupation, etc. 3) change to another place, route, or means of transport during a journey. 4) make over the possession of (property, a… … English terms dictionary
transferee — noun Date: circa 1736 1. a person to whom a conveyance is made 2. a person who is transferred … New Collegiate Dictionary
transferee — /trans feuh ree /, n. 1. a person who is transferred or removed, as from one place to another. 2. Law. a person to whom a transfer is made, as of property. [1730 40; TRANSFER + EE] * * * … Universalium
transferee — noun a) a person who is transferred b) a person to whom title or ownership is conveyed … Wiktionary
transferee — transÂ·ferÂ·ee || â€štrÃ¦nsfÉœË rÉªË n. one who is moved or directed … English contemporary dictionary
transferee — A person to whom an asset is transferred … Big dictionary of business and management